The Passion

And I thought my nose was supposed to be hooked in this movie!

In case you don’t know the entire media is run by antiChrist Jews and their gutless slaves who most likely married into Jewry. Let me say that again, our media is completely controlled by Woody Allen types, Roman Polanski’s, Bibi Netanyahu’s (Mileikowsky’s), Alan Dershowitz’s, Bill Kristol’s (Commies), Bill Maher’s, Geraldo’s etc etc etc. What are we doing about it? Do we expect to ever get the truth from these reptiles (Jesus called them vipers)? Honestly, can anything but mayhem come from this?
Somehow you’ve lost that feeling of being lied to. You are supposed to be furious, you’re supposed to be angry as hell, but you’re listening to the Jew media and not me or even you. The media needs to be gutted folks and I’m with anyone who wants to do it. The media is the key to it all and part of the same crime syndicate as everything else going on today. It is the head of the snake. Get the truth into every home in America and you have a healing process like never before.
One of my favorite parts in the movie “The Passion” is when Satan blended in with the crowd with his little Jesse Ventura mini me baby. Yes Satan is in the crowd, but so is his rival. There are two forces acting against each other on this earth and it is indeed good vs. evil. History tells us who the evil is and we have been overrun by them in ways that only a Satan could do. They act as one against the truth and everyone else has been defeated already. There is no free speech in America and the Jews are free to lie on their radio and TV shows, movies and books and we are supposed to pretend we don’t see the devastation of this. You have to be on quaaludes or something.
Standing your ground isn’t good enough anymore, you have to move forward. We simply cannot allow Jews over us in any area whatsoever. They are destroying this planet. Don’t give me the innocent Jew hogwash, you will spend eternity choosing good Jews from bad ones. The fact is they all need to be removed from our midst. If our ancestors were such terrible people they would’ve destroyed them years ago, but they aren’t destroyers, Jews are. Instead you let them take over our media, our money, our courts, etc. Its time to draw the line back where it was. Until the White race and the rest of the non-Jew world grows a pair and realizes we have a psychotic band of lunatics who wants to take over the world at any cost we will spiral into the abyss. You want me to sugar coat it and say this will all go away? It wont go away and you know it (if you are of the truth). What are we afraid of if we are fighting against evil? What the hell has happened to us?
There is a group of people on this earth that know the truth. They are “shiners”. Some people are able to accept the truth immediately, but have never been told the truth and we need to find them. There aren’t a lot of them, but I believe they are here for a reason. You can tell some people the truth and it goes in one ear and out the other. They are lemmings- walk away from them. You never know where you may find a shiner, but we need every one of them and we need to hear from them. You know you aren’t, therefore our rights to free speech are gone. What were we supposed to do when we lost free speech? I know what great men and Jesus himself did. I know what many people throughout history did when they were left with no options. And no I am not talking terrorism folks, I am talking good old-fashioned taking back our flag, our rights, our future, our freedom, our truth. When you cant have those things guess what time it is folks? Jews are doing their father’s business and we better start doing ours. Of course you can always opt out to the other side and give in (and I’m not talking about the Romans who were slandered like everyone else throughout time). The Jews have been murdering the truth ever since and fear the truth more than anything. Whatever it takes to regain our media we need to do it ASAP. That’s the truth and the bottom line. We are being offended with lies every day and its time to lead an offensive of our own.
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5 Responses to The Passion

  1. melgibstein says:

    In 2000, long-time Stooge fan Mel Gibson executive-produced a TV film about the lives and careers of the comedians.

    From Jesus to Holohoax movies to the 3 Stooges (to Hymie Kimmel) OY VEY!

    ops almost forgot Jew war hero movies. He must be a huge Harpo fan too “beep beep”!

  2. melgibstein says:

    The Passover lamb must be “tamim” or “tamam”

    blameless (22), blamelessly (1), complete (1), entire (1), full (1), intact (1), integrity (4), perfect (5), sincerity (1), unblemished (2), uprightly (1), who is perfect (1), whole (2), without blemish (12), without defect (36).
    Undefiled, of Gods way, unimpaired, without spot, etc.

    Folks how could the Lamb of God have a defective hooked nose? Is a hooked nose a defect or not? If a hooked nose isnt a defect then people without hooked noses are defects. Which do you think it is? How many Biblical characters have you ever seen with hooked noses? You only see Jews with hooked noses. Maybe if we found all the other tribes we could see if they too have hooked noses or maybe they race mixed into the people with defective straight noses? It comes down to one simple conclusion, was Jesus a hooked nosed Jew or wasnt he? If you think he was you might as well be a Jew because you have never sought the truth!

    Now here he is after being beaten, now this is a hooked nose even more hooked.

    Only a Jew would do this folks!

    Heres Caviezel in his next film about those eeevil Iranians- another nose job

    Jim Stossel Caviezel

    Could a Black sheep be without blemish? Go ahead and do a google picture search on “without blemish”. This does not mean a black sheep can be without blemish it means the whole sheep is blemished, it had to be pure white the way God created it. Yet Mel Gibson spent hours making Caviezel’s Jewish hooked nose and this is another one of the dumb lemmings heroes. Naturally they love the Talmud red headed defect Donald Trump. You can fix a nose but you cant fix a defected head.

  3. melgibstein says:

    Guess who one of the production companies was in Arnie Milchan’s “12 Years a Slave”?

    Icon Productions or Icon Home Entertainment (Australia).

    How does any woman stay married to slime? Like the Jew “Little Boy Blue” she needed the munny!

  4. melgibstein says:

    Interview: Jim Caviezel Goes Back to the Bible in ‘Paul, Apostle of Christ’
    The ‘Passion of the Christ’ actor talks about the challenges of playing iconic roles, why pious films are often lame and why good movies aren’t always family-friendly.
    Steven D. Greydanus
    Actors who play iconic roles sometimes regret it afterward, not least because their careers often suffer later. Jim Caviezel has said Mel Gibson warned him that playing Jesus in The Passion of the Christ would hurt his career — but he has no regrets about playing the most iconic role of all time.

    Caviezel never again played a central role in a Hollywood film like Frequency, The Count of Monte Cristo or High Crimes, though he did find mainstream success on the small screen as the lead in the critical and popular hit series Person of Interest, which ran five seasons.

    On the big screen, he played a terrorist in the Denzel Washington thriller Déjà Vu and has taken a number of roles in indies and faith-based films like When the Game Stands Tall.

    Now, for the first time since The Passion, Caviezel has returned to the Bible-film genre to play the role of St. Luke the Evangelist in the upcoming film Paul, Apostle of Christ, written and directed by Andrew Hyatt (Full of Grace) and produced by Sony’s faith-based label Affirm Films.

    Caviezel recently spoke by phone with Register film critic Steven D. Greydanus about his approach to playing iconic roles like Jesus and Luke and the pitfalls of expecting faith-based films to be family-friendly.

    Paul, Apostle of Christ will open Wednesday of Holy Week, March 28, 2018.

    How does it feel to step back into the world of the New Testament and the Bible film?

    As long as it’s good material — that’s what kept me from doing all the ones before The Passion and all the ones after The Passion. Finally I found another good one. It takes a long time to find the right screenplays.

    It’s quite remarkable, if you have the right team around you. It’s like that with every film. You might think, “I’d love to do a World War II film,” but if it’s poorly produced, and the set designs aren’t great … all those things have to be part of making it.

    Going into that world — playing Our Lord — was … I didn’t know how to do it, and I said, “I’m not going to play Jesus. I want him to play me.” It’s the same thing with Luke. I’m praying very deeply.

    Recently, I was watching one of the players of the Dallas Cowboys making the Sign of the Cross before they kicked off to him. I guess when you’ve got those guys running at you, going at full speed, and a collision could happen and you could tear your knee, you gotta go into it knowing [the challenge]. I do the same thing on my films.

    I am praying for the audience — that what I read on script is conveyed to the person in the theater, and that they have the possibility of changing their lives. When you are playing Jesus or Luke or Paul … it just requires someone like me to get out of the way. And that’s what I pray about.

    As Jesus, obviously you were playing someone for whom, for countless people all over the world, there’s an image that they have in their heads and their hearts that’s very specific. With St. Luke, you’re playing a character whom we meet in the New Testament, if at all, only as an author writing about other people — as it were, behind the scenes, not onscreen. So Luke is less defined in our collective imaginations than St. Paul, and certainly than Jesus.

    Does that vagueness about the role make the role more challenging? More liberating? Both at once? Something else?

    Yeah, as you say, the vagueness is very difficult. You start talking to the director — Andrew Hyatt wrote the screenplay. I read the Acts of the Apostles and started lifting little clues here and there, and I went to Mass and prayed on them. And then we see how he wrote, how Paul sees [Luke], and I started cross-examining him — and there is a lot of cross-examining and asking him about it — and, slowly, it starts to all come together.

    I think one part of it is that he was a physician, and he had this particular lifestyle — he was wealthy, and he left it all. Why? He saw Paul speak. Was it Paul who spoke, or was it Christ speaking through him? I believe it was the latter, and that changed his life. So that’s kind of where I started.

    You mentioned turning down a lot of Bible scripts. Obviously The Passion was a divisive film, but it did have an artistic integrity that engaged viewers beyond regular churchgoers. Since then, few Christian films have been that provocative, but most of them are content to preach to the choir, to put it politely. Less politely, most of them stink. Do you have any thoughts about why that is?

    Well, there is truth and there is grace. Maybe years ago there was too much of the truth, and they got one side of it — you know: “You screw up, and you go to hell.” Fire and brimstone drove a lot of people away. Nowadays, it’s all grace and no truth. That’s sentimental hogwash. It isn’t truth or grace — both are important.

    So when people go out and make movies, they — excuse my grammar — they have a good guy becoming gooder and ending the goodest. Where’s the turns here? Were these guys sinners?

    And when you have people more concerned about saying, “We have no swear words; we don’t have this and that.” … Watch Schindler’s List or Private Ryan. You can’t have Tom Hanks running up the beach going: “Get your rootin’-tootin’ butts up here” while a guy gets his brains blown out. This is what happened — this is the reality of sin, and I’m not soft-pedaling it.

    But Hollywood does it as well. For example, you make the movie The Count of Monte Cristo, and they may not want “God will give me justice” in there, so they remove it from the screenplay. And if you are going to make Alexandre Dumas, you’ve got to put that back in there. If we’re doing The Count of Monte Cristo, then we have to stay to the spirit of what this man wrote. People do that in screenplays all the time.

    The Bible is a living word — it is alive, and it pretty much does what God wants it to do, if we don’t get in its way. The same way when we are making films — that’s why this thing has power behind it. That’s why it had power in The Passion, not just for Christians, because I do believe that Our Lord didn’t just come for the Christians — he also came for those who do not believe.

    So is this a harder-hitting film than most films in the Christian movie genre? Do you have any idea what rating it’s aiming for?

    I think it probably will be an R. I think it only based on: This is what really happened. It’s hard for me, too, but when you read about the grisly things that Nero did, what do you do? How do you show that? Or don’t show it … maybe you just talk about it. But we chose to show it, just like The Passion of the Christ. This is the reality of it. Also, the reality is Jesus saying, “Do not be afraid — I go before you always; you see greater that is in me than is in this world.”

    Steven D. Greydanus is the Register’s film critic and creator of Decent Films.
    He is a permanent deacon in the Archdiocese of Newark, New Jersey.

    Paul ehhh Jesus I mean Mr Cawiesel’s first movie was “My Private Idaho” about two “street hustlers” (Manbla prostitutes) River Phoenix and Kneau Reeves giving BJ’s and getting porked up the arse by ehhh older white men.
    Yes Jim, you turn down all the bad movies. Jim thinks Jesus was a Jew (and still is) and gave him and portrayed him in front of the world with a hooked nose.
    He will fry in hell forever for that no matter what movie he chooses to do.

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